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Natural Ice Balls Shine Like Jewels

In Tokachi River in January and February, you can observe a natural phenomenon where there is no world.

If Tokachi river belongs to Hakkaido Japan at this time, you will immensely enjoy watching a natural phenomenon extremely rare appearance at the riverbank scattered.

The “jewel” was undertow

 The ice blocks appear around Tokachi river bank. Photo Internet.


The ice blocks appear around Tokachi river bank. Photo Internet.

It’s transparent ice crystal appears in Tokachi river banks as the gems lying on the sand, what makes this phenomenon becomes more unique is that it can not be found anywhere else in the world great. It is often called the tape piece is “ice gem” (jewel ice) or ice Tokachi River (Tokachi River ice), they are formed by a combination of pure river water, temperature and sound waves ! This interesting phenomenon, which many people feel extremely excited, Hokkaido turn become a tourist attraction and a potential appeal. It usually attracts visitors and professional photographers come around January and February.

What makes the interesting phenomenon of this nature?

 The more sunlight to create beauty for the ice sheet. Photo Internet.


The more sunlight to create beauty for the ice sheet. Photo Internet.

Physicist Peter Wadhams to the ocean from the University of Cambridge (UK), said the journal The New York Times: “I’ve never heard of such natural phenomena as well as seen in anywhere else.” He also said that the reason this tape blocks extremely transparent because the river water does not contain salt or impurities, the purity of the river water that helped create the “gems” like pearls xafia gorgeous, the color of the sky also contributed to the fanciful. Chemist about Werner F. KUHS tape came from The New York Times said the composition of the “ice gem” that resembles snow crystals. Physicist celestial Tamela Maciel Central Physics explained that to obtain natural phenomenon unique process requires freeze slowly and be very pure water.

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